Recent studies in education have pointed out a key factor in student success- GRIT! Having "grit" means that students persevere even when it's hard or even when they feel discouraged. Help teach your students this powerful life skill with Poster #485 from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops.
This clever poster turns the word "grit" into an acronym that spells out the steps involved in learning the skill. "Give it your best, Redo if needed, Ignore negatives, Take your time." With this poster on your walls, you will be reaching students who tend to quit and you'll teach them the important steps needed to build up their mental endurance. A perfect tool for encouraing goal setting, this poster is a powerhouse message for your students.
A must-have for any classroom, but especially for those with work refusers, troubled students, or hard to reach kids, this poster will change how your students approach their learning. Teach perseverance, tenacity, and true GRIT with Poster #485. Reduce quitting, giving up and work refusal by inspiring your underperforming students to work harder; poster #485 will get the job done.
Click to enlarge. School posters printed on medium weight 11″ x 17″ glossy stock